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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: May 9, 2008 11:01am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Vincent of Suburbia

If it was made in a country like england or germany then it would still be under copyright. That's the bad news, The good news is that copyright for films in those countries only lasts 50 years. Also, sometimes the copyright for certain films are abandoned, for example "I Married Joan" is technically still under copyright but appears on many budget DVDs since it's copyright was abandoned.

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Poster: vaagheid Date: May 9, 2008 11:06am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Vincent of Suburbia

He Robin_1990, Do you maybe know something about the Dutch copyright-laws for films? I've tried too look them up (on Dutch and English languege site's) but I never got a clear answer. Maybe it helps knowing that Holland falls under the convention of Bern and that all films are funded by the goverment (saidly enough). Maybe you know anything about it??

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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: May 9, 2008 11:16am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Vincent of Suburbia

Sorry I don't know much about dutch copyright laws, Since I personally can't stand that country ever since they started erasing the mastertapes of 80's TV shows.